TBM 17/52: Decision Making vs. Decision Understanding
Big thanks to @ChrisSpalton for the review and drawings! Two anglers wade in a river. One-hundred meters from each other. They complete each other's thoughts. I cast here. You cast there. I move here.…
«Decision drift is when you decide something, but then your commitment drifts. Your team feels they are going back to the drawing board often»
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